Facebook Messenger Latest Update Brings Admin Privileges and Joinable Links. Now group admins have more rights to add a new member to group or to remove a member. People prefer to make groups on Facebook Messenger because of its easy interface. According to Facebook, 2.5 million new groups were created on Messenger every day last year.
Facebook Messenger Latest Update Brings Admin Privileges and Joinable Links
As for admin privileges, Facebook explains that whether it’s a group chat for a surprise birthday party or a study group, admins will have the ability to remove members. Admins can promote or demote any other person in the group chat. These privileges will be off by default. So, if you want to avail these privileges you have to enabled them first.
As for joinable links, anyone in the group can create a custom link. Users can send this link as an invite to the conversation. If admin privileges are turned off, people who click on the links will be added to the group automatically.
Recently, Facebook’s head of Messenger David Marcus published a new blog post detailing the issues the company sees with Messenger. He also revealed some plans to address these problems. According to him, Facebook Messenger To Put More Focus on Audio and Video chatting in 2018.